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Sep 02, 2009 04:26 PM
The good news: Americans recognize that good hygiene is an effective line of defense against the H1N1 virus (previously known as Swine Flu). The bad news: the awareness has not driven a change in how frequently people wash their hands or clean surfaces that they touch all the time, which are important, effective behaviors for avoiding the flu.
 
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Mar 09, 2009 09:22 AM
SDA 2009 Survey Shows Effectiveness, Cost and Convenience Are Top Factors in Consumers' Cleaning Product Choices
 
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Despite the threat of getting sick during cold and flu season, less Americans say they are regularly washing their hands. The fourth Clean Hands Report Card®, issued by The Soap and Detergent Association (SDA-www.cleaning101.com), gives Americans a “C-minus” for their hand hygiene habits, the same grade they received back in 2006.
 
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From our kitchens and bathrooms to our laundry rooms and garages, cleaning wipes are working their way around American households. According to The Soap and Detergent Association’s (SDA) 2008 National Cleaning Survey, conducted by Echo Research (ER), people most commonly use wipes to clean, disinfect or sanitize kitchen countertops and appliances, bathroom fixtures, their hands, face and skin, furniture, children, floors, windows and clothing.
 
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To answer this inspiring inquiry, The Soap and Detergent Association (SDA) launched its first National Clean Surface Satisfaction Survey. "Shiny floors, a tidy toilet, and clean countertops make consumers the happiest," said Brian Sansoni, SDA Vice President of Communication. "Sparkling showers and gleaming windows round out the Clean Surface Satisfaction top five."
 
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